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. dennis: a u.s. appeals court has granted samsung's request to leave it to the trial court to decide whether to lift an apple requested injunction against samsung's galaxy 10.1. samsung got a billion dollar lawsuit in a case apple filed against it and apple seeking to block those from coming into the country with a trillion dollar penalty but samsung winning a rare victory for itself in this round. let's talk baseball. a billion people in the online kent and wants to sell them stuff. for the first time yesterday the company letting customers buy real products online. not just the cartoon sheet or vulture will martinis that eyeglasses and sweet and starbucks and stereos. 100 visitors at first will give wall street and early clue to the new revenue stream. facebook gets 80 present of sales from ads and a new face the gifts service if it thrives may -- may be facebook takes on amazon and ebay. cheryl: the dow ending september with negative numbers but it is actually positive. we have a lot more green ahead. dennis: feeling fine. we will tell you about amazon's move back into the online
unveiled a new semiconductor for tablets, counting hewlett-packard, dell, and samsung among its customers. intel has been criticized for not moving faster into the tablet space. tomorrow is the end of the calendar third quarter, but we're seeing a handful of companies turn in their fiscal quarter results. discover financial found more customers were using their charge cards. earnings were stronger than expected as customers used their discover cards more and credit card loans increased. shares responded up rallying 7.3% on heavy volume. this is an all-time high for discover. meantime, nike saw a more muted reaction to its quarterly earnings. nike shares were up a half percent. they were at an all-time high in may. earnings were a $1.23 per share, 11 cents better than estimates. but they dropped from a year ago. one concern highlighted by analysts is nike's global future orders, a sign of sales to come. they showed the smallest gain in almost three years. a mattress merger was in focus today. tempur-pedic international will buy competitor sealy as it looks to expand its product line. the b
will be available to all users. top android phones like the samsung galaxy s-3 are boasting they have near field communication technology which will let them communicate with other nearby nfc devices. the apple iphone 5 doesn't have it. usa today's ed begg says that shouldn't be a factor in which phone you buy. >> what's really getting attention is its role in the so- called wallets, like the google wallet. the fact is that presents real infrastructure challenges. there's not a lot of terminals out there that can handle nfc. >>reporter: apple feels the wallet app is sufficient. and it only took angry birds features some of the same characters. those are your tech bytes. i'm john muller. >>> thanks for joining us this morning. could the mystery of jimmy hoffa's disappearance soon be unraveled? a driveway will be dug up today. a dying man claims he saw a body placed in the ground there. hoffa disappeared more than 30 years ago. he was last seen outside of a restaurant in the spbs of detroit. police have received dozens of tips over the years. they've dug up everything from giants stadium to a ba
. in south korea, samsung and hyundai assumed t hyundai supported the kospi. and index sensex heyer at the moment. back to you. >> mean while local reports suggest china security regulators been busying studying ways to increase sentiment. a possible dividend tax reduction. our next guest says she expects more policy experimentation, as well. jean, thanks very much for joining us. what do you think of this initial idea that we've got first of all about a dividend tax reduction? >> well, that may happen after the holiday period that's coming up this weekend. we've had a series of measures coming from the chinese regulators trying to boost market sentiment. in fact those measures have been announced in the last several months, we have had an increase in the participation of foreign capital, investing in asian market, we're seeing the csrt mandating dividend payment by chinese companies. we're also seeing a larger role in the asian market. in the last two day, the asian market did reasonably well in anticipation of more measures to come including perhaps a cut in the dividend cut and a
founder steve jobs would have done? will it create end roads for rivals like google and samsung? jay thinks is this a troubling sign while roy says the issue really is minor. jay, this is more evidence for you that you feel apple's better days are behind them, yes? >> well, their best days were just when they invented the iphone and the ipad. i don't know how any company will have better days than that. i think they still have very good days ahead of them. i think this is a worrisome sign because it's software that's core to the company, core to the experience of the ipad and iphone. they had to get it right. they knew they couldn't screw this up. somehow they did screw it up. >> roy, you said tim cook did the right thing by apologizing and it's not such a big deal. tell us how you feel. >> definitely. when the original iphone 4 rolled out, steve jobs' immediate response was, you're holding the phone wrong. he got a lot of backlash. a few days later, they released bumpers to everybody. they admitted there was an issue. they changed it. obviously there was an error and they've fixed i
%. but will next year's blackberry 10 help stop the loss of market share to companies like apple and samsung, thorsten heins will join us first on cnbc. >>> the fight for the swing states. senator rand paul hoping to bring libertarian and tea party voters into the romney camp. we'll ask him about his message to voters in battleground states just north of his like ohio. >>> and it's the final trading day of the third quarter. find out what's making you money and what's dragging your portfolio down in our sector spotlight. >>> the third hour of "squawk box" starts right now. ♪ what does that mean nothing going to break my stride nobody going to slow me down ♪ ♪ oh no i got to keep on moving ♪ >> welcome back. i don't know. welcome back to "squawk box" here on cnbc first in business worldwide, i'm joe kernen along with becky quick and andrew ross sorkin, and our guest host is bethany mclean, author "the smartest guy in the room" the account of record on the fall of enron and she's a cnbc contributor and -- >> and also her doubles are here, her most recent book. >> we had seamus on last
. you can't deny that at all. android is different. who owns android? who makes money? samsung. you can't talk about an android selling phones to carriers. it's lg and htc and motorola. a lot of them are not doing well in the android platform. and i think rim has a real shot by own iing their platform and software and having this loyal user who value the experience. they are going to come out of the gates with a strong couple quarters and win back market share. >> i mean you may be an app developer for all i know, but if you were one and you could only develop for one platform, would it be for blackberry? >> that's a good question. here's the thing. you're going to go where people are. there's two ways to look at it. there's a pint up demand on blackberry 10. and a lot of successful developers go to that. i know a lot of blackberry fans who made a lot of money on blackberries. and apple has more users. it could be an overnight success but there's a lot of stories you don't hear about who are spending a lot of money and not making any money and not getting the download. there's so much c
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